Camp Euforia started in 2004 as Eufórquestra's "Fan Appreciation Party." Since then, it has grown in to a full-blown music festival featuring 25+ artists over three days on two stages.
Eufórquestra's goal in creating Camp Euforia has always been a seamless gelling of Community and Music. The festival focuses on the Iowa City music scene, but each year a handful of performers from across the country and Eufórquestra's touring friends are invited in to come and experience the magic!
In 2004 Eufórquestra was based in Iowa City and decided to host their own music festival.They established a connection with a local farmer Jerry Hotz and asked him to partner with them by hosting Camp on his farm. Jerry was just as excited about the idea as the band was. The festival has been held on Jerry's property since its inception and as a result Eufórquestra and Jerry have become great friends as well as partners. As Eufórquestra's music has evolved so has Jerry's farm.
Camp Euforia is proud to allow RV Parking for your ultimate camping experience! Spots for RV Parking are limited, so (new) this year we'll be encouraging you to reserve your spot in advance.
More details for 2017 RV Parking to come soon alongside ticket on-sale information.
Camp Euforia is a source of music and community for hundreds of people each year. It’s no small feat to put on an event of this size – it takes the hearts and minds of a great many volunteers and coordinators working together to pull it off year after year. By dedicating your time as a volunteer, you’re helping make an exciting experience for everyone. We appreciate your willingness to be here and thank you for being a part of Camp Euforia 2017!
Stay tuned for more information and how to sign up for the 2017 Festival.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Click on the smiling volunteer logo to select your shifts!
Camp Euforia is held every year at:
5335 Utah Ave Se
Lone Tree, IA
It’s just southeast of Iowa City, and easily accessible from Interstate 80 or 380.
Note: CE attendees in the past have complained that google maps has sent them to the farm from the south. Please take that into consideration when navigating to the fest. It will be easier to get in by coming from the north.